21st Century COE Program International Workshop in Tanzania
  "Aiming for COE of Integrated Area Studies: Establishing Field Stations in Asia and Africa, and Integrating Research Activities and On-Site-Education"

"Concepts and Perceptions on African Way of Rural Development Based on Area Studies"

Date: 12-13 December, 2005
Tanzanian woman drying and sorting out coffee beans in Mbinga.
Venue: Hotel New Africa, Conference Room (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)
Organizer: Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan (ASAFAS)
Participating Institutions: Sokoine University of Agriculture, University of Dar es Salaam, National Environmental Management Council (Tanzania), JICA
Workshop Program
13 December 2005
  8:50- 9:10 Opening Speech
J.Itani (ASAFAS, Japan)
D. G. Mhando (Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania)
"Dynamics of Coffee Production: Challenges of Livelihoods of the Matengo Farmers in Southern Tanzania"
  10:10-10:30 (Tea Break)
  10:30-11:30 M. Araki (ASAFAS, Japan)
"Reconsidering Participation: Local Notion of Participation and Diversification of Group Activities in Southern Tanzania"
S. J. Nindi (Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania)
"The SUA Method and Local Government Nexus: A New Challenge to Sustainable Rural Development"
  12:30-14:00 (Lunch Break)
  14:00-15:00 V. Makota (National Environmental Management Council, Tanzania)
"Resource Mapping and Management Using GIS & Remote Sensing Methods"
  15:00-15:20 (Tea Break)
  15:20-16:20 F. Kato (ASAFAS, Japan)
“Eco-system and Management of Rice Cultivation in Kilombero Valley in Tanzania”
  16:20- 17:20 Sun Xiaogang (ASAFAS, Japan)
“Pastoralists’ Challenge to Rural Development: A Case Study of the Rendille in Northern Kenya”
  17:20-18:30 Wrap-up
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